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Batteries for Limiters

suggestions from Naviga M class racers

Here are some suggestions for possible batteries for use with Energy Limiters when racing to Naviga M class rules.
No recomendation is implied for any particular battery.
The details were hopefully correct as of 13th April 2018
If you see any errors or would like to suggest others to add then please contact me.

One of the major benefits of a limiter is that battery life can be much improved. In order to ensure this, the battery must have a capacity which exceeds that used, by a resonable amount. 120% is a good starting point but will of course need to be modified depending upon what batteries are available.

Recommended AHr at 120% over capacity
Naviga Limit WHr Equiv' AHr(3S) x1.2 AHr(3S) Equiv' AHr(2S) x1.2 AHr(2S)
21 1.892 2.270 2.838 3.406
60 5.405 6.486 8.108 9.730

 

Energy Band 1 (3S)
Make Type mAh C LxWxH gm Euro Supplier Comment
EPS   2750 20 101x35x26 200 28 EPS  
Redzone   2200 25 98x34x22 146 26 ECO Master  
Roaring Top   2200 25 102x34x22.4 165 23 Roaring Top  
Roaring Top   2700 25 101x34x26 191   Roaring Top  
Zippy Compact 2200 25 107x34x21 163 11 HobbyKing  

 

Energy Bands 2/3/4 (3S)
Make Type mAh C LxWxH gm Euro Supplier Comment
EPS   5800 30 153x46x25.3 412 58 EPS Made in France
EPS   6300 30 152x45x25 390 63 EPS Made in France
Overlander SuperSport 5800 35 153x46x26 398 73 Overlander  
Overlander SuperSport 6250 35 156x44x27 426 79 Overlander  
RedZone   5800 30 150x44x25 365 43 RC Factories  
RedZone   6300 35 150x45x28 375 59 ECO Master  
RoaringTop   5800 35 157x45x25 400 61 RoaringTop  
RoaringTop   6300 35 155x45x25.5 400 69 RoaringTop  
SLS Quantum 5800 30 164x49x30 470 58 SLS  
SLS Xtron 5800 30 160x45x28 475 59 SLS  
Turnigy NanoTech 6000 25 153x48x30 468 46 HobbyKing  
Zippy Compact 5800 25 154x45x29 400 33 HobbyKing 2016 good. 2017 rubbish. 2018 so far so good

 

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